The final round of the TCR Eastern Europe 2023 season at Brno will see a new addition to the entry list. Sixteen-year-old Hungarian talent Attila Bucsi will be making his TCR debut with the Hyundai i30 N TCR from M1RA Motorsport.
Bucsi has been associated with M1RA Motorsport since the age of 12. He has been part of the team’s development program and previously competed in the Suzuki Swift Cup Europe. Bucsi dominated the series last season, achieving an impressive record by winning all the races.
Having turned 16 last month, Bucsi is now eligible to obtain an international racing license, allowing him to compete in TCR Eastern Europe.
“I am proud to say that this weekend brings the opportunity I have been waiting for since my collaboration with M1RA,” says Bucsi, who is mentored by Norbert Michelisz, the 2019 WTCR champion and former team owner.
“I am very excited. I have been preparing for this for over three years, and I will strive to perform to the best of my abilities,” added Bucsi.
M1RA Motorsport is no stranger to TCR Eastern Europe. The team won all the races in 2020 with Dušan Borković, and two years ago, they entered WTCR Esports champion Báldi Gergő at Brno.